An example is when Cenveo installed auto packers on half of their machines a few years ago.
An example is when Cenveo installed auto packers on half of their machine a few years ago.
A conditional sentence says, "If ... , then ... ." Your sentence does not include enough information to change it into a conditional sentence. Since I spent thirty years in the printing industry, I can give you some examples, that might fit.
If Cenveo orders automatic packers for half of its machines, Bobst will have a good year of sales.
If Cenveo had not installed automatic packers on half of its machines, the contract might have been won by RR Donnelley instead.
I changed auto to automatic. If this is not formal writing, then the abbreviated form of the word is fine. Also, I changed their to its. A company is an entity, not a person. This is a common error. You can also avoid assigning the wrong pronoun by using no pronoun. For example, you could refer to the machines.
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